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After lingering in its birthing bay for nearly six months, an Antarctic iceberg the size of Singapore is finally heading out to sea.
Scientists have discovered what may be the earliest sign of life on Earth. Remains of nearly 3.5-billion-year-old bacteria has been found in north-west Australia.
NASA on Tuesday released a a natural-color image of Saturn from space, the first in which Saturn, its moons and rings, and Earth, Venus and Mars, all are visible.
A camera trap in a forest in central Vietnam has managed to snap a photo of one of earth's rarest mammals, the saola, which hadn't been seen in 15 years.
NASA's Curiosity rover has bounced back from a glitch that put the 1-ton robot into a protective "safe mode" for three days over the weekend.
A scientist exploring the effect of alcohol on the brain is busy devising a substitute that can remove the health threats of alcohol on the liver, heart and brain.
Scientists have unearthed the oldest big cat fossil yet, suggesting the predator — similar to a snow leopard — evolved in Asia and spread out.
Russia's Defense Ministry says two officers died and three servicemen were hospitalized after cleaning rocket fuel tanks at a military launchpad.
The sun's polarity is getting closer to flipping.
An expedition to probe the deep recesses of a cave that may contain fossilized specimens of early humans is currently underway in South Africa.
The limestone box said to have once held the bones of the brother of Jesus was at the center of one of the most controversial forgery cases of the century was allegedly vandalized by the Israel government before returned to its owner.
A mysterious disease that has turned hundreds of starfish into limp lumps of goo along both the East and West coasts in recent months could potentially induce a cascade of other ecological effects in tidal systems, researchers say.
Whether they're cracking open rocks or scanning tiny changes in topography, geologists already work in three dimensions.
Officials at the European Space Agency said Monday that its 2,000-pound satellite that had been steadily sinking toward Earth after it ran out of fuel last month re-entered the atmosphere Sunday, and disintegrated.
The Soyuz capsule separated from the space station late Sunday with Russian Fyodor Yurchikhin, American Karen Nyberg and Luca Parmitano of Italy aboard.